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Transforming Benefits Operations

CEB's guidance and tools for benefits executives enable organizations to design and manage high-impact benefits strategies by helping address key challenges with benefits plan design, communications, vendor management, and wellness.

Total Rewards

Learn tactics to achieve a best-in-class total rewards strategy.

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Health Care Reform

New benchmarks and trends in how your peers are addressing the health care reform and its various provisions.

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Build and Sustain a High-Performance Culture

There is no appreciable difference in the actual performance of employees based on the type of performance management system used.

Who is the New High Performer?

Wellness

New benchmarks and trends in organizational wellness strategy, including 2014 expectations.

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Benefits Communications

Effective benefits communication can influence employee behavior by as much as 30%.

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2014 HR Research Agenda

Three key shifts shaping HR's agenda in 2014 and how the best companies are addressing seven critical HR challenges.

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Introducing KnowledgeAdvisors, a CEB Company

Improve the performance of your talent and development programs with new analytics solutions.

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What Our Members Are Saying

The Executive Advisor provided us with valuable guidance to identify key changes we needed to make to improve impact and ultimately saved me time by taking this task off of my plate."

Broadridge FinancialAdam Glazner
Director of Benefits, Broadridge Financial

Your tactical guidance is great for adapting the way we present our material to the way people are actually going to read it. You've given us some excellent steps for redesigning the guide so that it helps enrollees to make specific decisions."

Conseco
VP of Benefits, Conseco

The Executive Advisory group really served as an extension of my team to collect benchmarks, best practices and guidance on a variety of topics ranging from reviewing a health benefits proposal to gathering information on educational assistance tax credits. "

John Wiley & SonsPatrick F. Nevins
Director of Benefits, John Wiley & Sons